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Carol Mickett, who holds a PhD in philosophy, is an award-winning filmmaker, poet, and writer. Her most recent video work includes directing "History Speaks," a video archive of the history of Kansas City, and serving as producer/writer for Uniquely Kansas City, a five-part documentary for Kansas City Public Television. She and her husband, artist Robert Stackhouse, have been collaborating since 1999. They live in St. Petersburg, Florida.
Robert Stackhouse is one of the South's foremost contemporary artists, known for his large-scale architectural paintings and sculptures that often deal with themes of transition and journeys. Stackhouse graduated with a BA from the University of South Florida in 1965, and, by the 1980s, he was regarded as one of America's most prominent young sculptors. He taught at the Corcoran Gallery and later lived in New York; by the 1990s his installations were going in large public places nationwide, then worldwide. His works are included in the collections of The Museum of Modern Art, The Museum of Contemporary Art, The Walker Art Center, and The Art Institute of Chicago, among others. He and his wife, Carol Mickett, have been collaborating since 1999 and have a studio in St. Petersburg, Florida.